Arabic speaking evangelist/cp-er among Syrian refugees

Calling all Arabic speakers!!! Syrian refugees have flooded into Turkey. Churches and workers are distributing food regularly, building trust and showing good will. But who will share the gospel in their own language? We need evangelists; those who can share DBS; and simply those who have a heart for Syrians and can comfortably converse in Arabic. Turkey needs you!
2-3 Years
Full Time
As soon as possible
The focus of this team will not be relief work, but evangelism and church planting.

Note: This is not a paid position.

Live opportunities are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

Interested?

Are you a qualified physio or occupational therapist?  Do you have a heart to support children or people with disabilities who have no professional services within their own community?  Are you interested to engage in community-based rehabilitation in isolated, which have been unreached for the Gospel for centuries? Are you motivated to serve, relate and see the Good News go out on the wings of mercy?
The team leader for music leads a team of musicians as part of the creative outreach ministry. A musician yourself, you will recruit, organise and direct a team of contemporary and orchestral musicians to produce a variety of content for online, face to face, venue-based and street outreach. An experienced musician yourself, you will be ready, able and willing to lead by example in investing your talent for wide-sowing among the least reached.
Do you have a passion for cities, the plethora of openings for the Gospel; a calling to London?  Do you have skills to reach the least reached?  Can you help immigrants learn English? Can you organise outreach to the marginalised, working alongside secular partners?  Or manage a hall for community outreach? Are you equipped to fulfil this portfolio role? You would be working with local churches and other partners to help vibrant communities be formed among the least reached in London.
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